Because food is in short supply, our National government should create and endorse a New Food Stamp Reform Bill; because some individuals who are receiving the benefits that are allotted to them are committing fraud. Hard working Americans who make below the poverty line are denied every day for assistance because abusers are finding new creative ways to deceive the system.
The Foods Stamp Act of 1964 was very influential to the United States of America. It does not discriminate a household because of political beliefs, nationality, religion, and race. Its goal is to reduce hunger in low income families. The Foods Stamps is monitored heavily by the federal government, but the prospect receiver has to go through their local social services to apply. Food Stamps are only given only once a month, or in increments of two. It usually is given on the 1st and the 15th. How much a person receives, is dependent on household size. There are limits to what a person can buy. Alcoholic beverages, tobacco, and imported ...
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